Tag: Space 55

A Space For Both Dreamers and Skeptics

January 6, 2017 | By

Now in its 11th season, downtown Phoenix’s Space 55 Theatre remains a place for risk-takers to push the creative envelope of content and accessibility.

Downtown’s December Diversions: Festive and Offbeat for the Holidays

December 13, 2014 | By

Family-friendly holiday fun or adults-only edginess? Take your pick.

Wire | S & M Presents Late Night Comedy at Space 55

November 10, 2014 | By

S & M Comedy Presents creates late night events that push comedians beyond the set-up and punchline predictability of stand up.

The Creepy Dystopia of ‘Mr. Burns’

October 24, 2014 | By

Space 55 ventures beyond the apocalypse.

Livin’ on the Fringe

March 31, 2010 | By

The Phoenix Fringe Festival is back again this month, offering its brand of wacky and profound performance art.

The Bearded Truth | Time for a Spirited Movie Experience?

September 21, 2009 | By

The concept is not new — many cities around the country have movie theaters and bars in the same building. But, as light rail, professional sports and great food has showed us, it doesn’t need to be a new idea to have a huge impact on Downtown Phoenix.

Zombies Invade Space 55

August 25, 2009 | By

Each month, The Improvised Book Club, an ensemble of some of Phoenix’s best improvisers, chooses a different book to read. Then, on the fourth Sunday of the month, they get together at Space 55 to discuss the book in an open setting and providing their unique take on things. Oprah’s Book Club this is not…

PHX:Fringe Rewind

April 5, 2009 | By

This past weekend, Grand Avenue’s PHiX Gallery had a samurai, a down-on-her-luck standup comedienne, a disembodied head and a sexual extremist all within its walls. Across the street at Soul Invictus, a man was struggling to come to grips with a life sans genitals.